Ingredients

How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 500 degrees. Roast beans for about 10-15 minutes or until tips brown.
  • Could it be easier?

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  • delrae 6 years ago
    I'm going to try this tonight! I've always roased my veggies on the grill (no longer have a grill), but never thought of oven roasting. And never roasted green beans. Where was my head??? As much as I love olive oil, I think I'm going to use a little of my toasted sesame this time!
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    chefsharon ate it and said...
    Hi Dawn: Yes do what Jen suggests. I think you'll be fine w/ wrapping them in foil. Have a great 4th! ~Sharon
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    jencathen ate it and said...
    I usually double the recipe because everyone loves them so much. I use two baking pans and use the same cooking time. Half way through I switch the beans on the top rack with the ones on the bottom rack.

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  • turlak 6 years ago
    This sounds great! I have one question...if I double the recipe, how much longer would I need to cook the beans? I think I will take this side dish to a 4th of July party. Many side dishes that people bring are full of processed foods, cheese, and potatoes, and you don't see many green veggies on the table. I'll just keep them well wrapped in foil until the food is served (don't you think that would be ok?). Thanks for the recipe!!
    ~Dawn
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    sday5 ate it and said...
    this is a keeper. After lunch, my husband said it was a keeper.
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    sday5 ate it and said...
    They are in the oven. I love all other roasted veggies but had never tried green beans.
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    jencathen ate it and said...
    How could anyone rate this recipe less than 5 is beyond me. They are so delicious. When roasting greenbeans I usually use haricot vert because it has a better taste than american greenbeans. I found the definition because I'm not good at describing things.

    Haricot vert is French for green beans. Haricot meaning beans and vert meaning green. French green beans are longer and thinner than most American varieties. They are also more tender and have a more complex flavor.
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    jencathen ate it and said...
    This is the only way I cook my green beans and asparagus. I also roast my brussel sprouts. My kids will eat any veggie this way.
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    hoosiermom68 ate it and said...
    Sounds yummy in my tummy (and mouth).
    Thanks for sharing!
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    andr0m3da ate it and said...
    delicious, simple, and it has my favorite vegetable and spice!
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    chefsharon ate it and said...
    Yes, you can use frozen green beans for this, I use frozen haricot verts all the time and they are great. I roast a lot of things in a hot oven like asparagus, potatoes, onions, shallots, garlic, root veggies, you name it. They are all delicious. Try it sometime. ~Sharon
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    lunasea ate it and said...
    These are so great, Sharon! I've really gotten into roasting my veggies in the past year or so and...I had fresh green beans in my fridge. Your recipe was so easy and this will be one of my go-to recipes. Thanks so much for sharing this delightful cooking method for greenie beanies. =)
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  • cddaxen 6 years ago
    Absolutely not! That is as easy as anything could get. You really blew me away by turning the temperature up on your oven. Phew- how in the world did you mastermind this one?
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  • robyns 6 years ago
    I'm a foodie, but I'm better at eating it than cooking it, so I still have a lot of silly questions. Can I use frozen green beans for this recipe? I'm in a small town, it's November, and the "fresh" green beans at the local store don't look so great right now.

    I'm hosting Thanksgiving this year and everyone is SO tired of green bean casserole. I need something easy but that has a little "wow." =)
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  • trackwidow 6 years ago
    These sound really good. We love green beans. How easy can you get?
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    image ate it and said...
    Tried the recipe for a family function and everyone loved them. Thanks for posting.
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    image ate it and said...
    I have just gotten on to roasted veggies in the last year or so (tomotoes, zuchinni, eggplant, squash, etc.) BUT have never tried green beans. I think roasted vegetables are the most flavorful! Can't wait to try this with fresh garden beans. Yum! Yum! Thanks for sharing.
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    chefsharon ate it and said...
    Wonderful! I really like them too and glad you did. There are a lot of flavor combinations that will work.
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    linebb956 ate it and said...
    They worked on the grill, just put in a throw away foil pan and they turned out great.. Now it's the only way my husband wants green beans.
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    linebb956 ate it and said...
    Had these for dinner tonight along with grilled tuna. You should get a 10! So easy, no mess. I added a couple drops sesame oil. It's a keeper and Hubby is going to try thim on the grill.
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